Tuesday, August 25, 2009

635) Treatment of Rising Damp and Replastering at Heritage Buildings***

Ahmad, A.G. (2009). Treatment of Rising Damp and Replastering at Heritage Buildings. Bengkel Bersiri 2009 Konservasi Bangunan Warisan Siri 2: Lepaan Kapur, 17-19 Julai 2009, Dewan Pusat Pelancongan Negeri Perak, Ipoh, Perak. (Dalam Powerpoint).
  • Framework of building conservation (ms2)
  • Stage 1: preliminary investigation (ms2)
  • Stage 2: dilapidation survey (ms3-4)
  • a) The importance of dilapidation survey
  • b) Dilapidation survey report
  • c) Format of dilapidation survey report
  • d) Table of content for dilapidation survey report
  • Stage 3: preparation of tender document (ms5-7)
  • a) Appointment of building contractor
  • b) Conservation aspects in bill of quantities
  • c) Proposed methods & techniques of building conservation
  • d) Proposed scientific studies and laboratory tests
  • e) Site visits and investigation by consultant & clients
  • f) Site briefing by consultants to potential building contractors
  • g) Appointment of building contractor
  • Stage 4: conservation work (ms7-10)
  • a) Principles of building conservation
  • Stage 5: heritage management (ms10-11)
  • a) Heritage trails
  • b) Promoting and marketing heritage products
  • Common building defects: external attacks (ms11-19)
  • a) Rising damp and salt attack
  • b) Rising damp
  • c) Treatment for rising damp
  • d) Moisture meter to detect dampness
  • e) Causes of salt attack
  • f) Salt contamination
  • g) various types of salts in heritage buildings
  • h) Treatment for salt attack
  • i) Sequence of conservation work for risisng damp and salt attack
  • j) Salt drilling for laboratory tests
  • j) Salt test results
  • k) Salt desalination
  • l) Damp proof course
  • m) Component elements of building materials
  • n) Results of the X-Ray fluorescences tests
  • o) Preparation of new lime plaster
  • p) Mock up for new plaster samples
  • q) Schmidt hammer rebound test
  • r) Rebound test on sample panels
  • s) Replastering
  • t) Paint analysis
  • u) New painting on walls
  • Work method statement for treatment of salt attack and rising damp (ms19-20)
  • a) Stage 1: salt desalination
  • b) Stage 2: damp proof course
  • c) Stage 3: replastering
  • Conclusion

1 comment:

Hon Kiet said...

may i know where can i get the book or powerpoint? I'm doing a thesis regarding dampness in historical buildings of Kuching, Sarawak, so I need this slides/book for my reference.